More research would help, but scientists have been unable to find a ribbon color that’s not already taken.
According to researchers, the word most difficult for study participants to hear was “no.”
Because after all, what’s more important, the health of a baby, or the health of the fishing industry?
Researchers suggest that the problem may be due to excessive exposure to silicon dioxide from constantly having sand kicked in their faces at the beach.
Melanoma deaths certain to rise.
Surprisingly, most people believe that shutting off one’s brain is the leading cause of illegal drug use.
Instructions being rewritten to clarify which end goes in first.
However, insurance companies are denying parents’ request to cover cable TV charges.
Studies are under way to determine if the fiery pepper could be used as an alternative fuel in our nuclear reactors.
A pain specialist explained the procedure saying, “Once you burn up all the nerve endings, there’s nothing left to hurt!”
Finding the lighter side has proven to be more difficult.
The same researchers have previously shown that overspending and waste predict financial failure.
This breakthrough study also found that ugly, overachieving women with emotional problems were less likely to be married.
This should not be surprising to anyone who has been watching the presidential debates.
Manufacturers of sleep-aid medicines are promoting their products as ‘diet pills’ with new ‘Sleep it Off’ ad campaign.
Saint Nick was also advised that it is politically incorrect to say “Ho ho ho!”
. . . but reduce risk of heart attacks.
A spokesperson with the FDA said the new goal is not to eat like the food pyramid, but to look like the food pyramid.
President Bush touted the new record as evidence that “Americans continue to lead the world in all important metrics of pubic health.”
Turns out there’s a reason those black-clad, goateed city-dwellers look skinnier. They are skinnier.
Data points to healthier hearts, but doctors are split on whether the enhanced cardiovascular fitness comes from creating more children or from playing with them in the back yard.
Most study respondents were comfortable with diet and exercise goals that would leave them “husky,” “chunky,” or “Type-2 diabetes bait.”
This pathbreaking study documents that (exact quote): “people who drink diet sodas have a 41 percent chance of being overweight.” Is it just us, or do some people confuse correlation with causality?
EXACT QUOTE: “Forgot where you put your keys? Or your car? If you are over 60, it may just be a normal part of aging, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday in a study that suggests brain structures deteriorate with age. . .”